Sue is an incredibly sweet and gorgeous puppy!
She loves to run around and chew on her toys, tussle with her mom, cuddle with me and nibble my ear lobes! Just your typical, so-cute-it-hurts kind of puppy!
Her fur is quite unique - it's not fuzzy like her litter mates but silky soft and more like finger curled hair from the 1920's!
She's ready now to go home to a loving family!
She's house trained now - yay! I've trained her to go on flattened cardboard in the mudroom between walks. She walks well on a leash, though she's all over the place! She's curious about people we pass and is super friendly to kids and everyone around.
She sleeps through the night and plays independently as well as with me and her mum. She has this sweet habit of sitting down and looking up at me... then her bum slowly slides out from under her and she slowly lays down, still looking at me as if nothing funny's going on!!
She gets hiccups a lot, too! From eating too fast, no biggie. She must chase cats in her sleep 'cause she twitches and moves her legs like she's running every time she snoozes!
She loves to sleep next to me at night! She plays a lot with her mom but also plays on her own and entertains herself. Anything can be made into a toy - an old cereal box, my bathroom slippers, knit gloves, even cat toys with feathers and bells!!
She's learning to play fetch and will come when I whistle. She could eat everything in my cupboards if I let her! She's clever and inquisitive and playful and silly - she's awesome!
About her past and family...
I took in five little puppies and their mom at the end of Sept. from the dirty, junk filled yard they were born in. Their mom wandered the neighborhood and was treated kindly by the local ajummas and the 'owner' farmer. She's a gentle, lovely doggie who's had two other litters that I know of.
Sue is about 3 months old now.
Her mom is a small/medium sized Jindo mix - long limbed and slim with the curly, fluffy tail and sweet eyelashes. I have no idea who the father is, but he must be a Jindo mix as well, if not totally pure. Sue was one of the smallest in the litter, so I imagine she will grow to be about the same size as her mum - who weighs just under 20lbs.
I'd be up for delivering this puppy to you anywhere in Korea, as long as you cover the bus fare. We could have a week long trail period too, or longer, just to be sure you and the puppy are well suited for each other!
Here's some info from the new owner of the last puppy I fostered from this mom. So this paragraph below is about Sue's half (or full?) brother, named Happy. He was a giant compared to his litter mates so Sue definitely won't get that big!
''Happy is totally living the life, he is world famous around our neighborhood, it seems like everyone knows him and we are frequently mobbed by kids who pet and cuddle him, he loves the attention. He weighs just shy of 20 kilos (now 8 months old), he was 13 kilos when we brought him home two months ago and if our age estimate is accurate, I figure he might put on another 5 kilos by the time he is a year old. Happy is very confident and headstrong like all the breed and he needs A LOT of exercise and rawhide chew toys (or he eats the wallpaper off the walls) but he is very good-natured and he allows all the neighborhood kids to cuddle, tug and pull him around. I'll take a good heart over obedient but temperamental, any day of the week!''